The rules of natural justice (or procedural fairness) determine what is considered fair in an administrative structure. The basic components of natural justice are:
The Ombudsperson's 2005/2006 Annual Report has an article on making decisions fairly using the principles of Natural Justice.
Please note that while the Ombudsperson may comment on or make recommendations for change in Ryerson policy, practice or procedures, the Ombudsperson cannot make or “overrule” University policy or replace established legislative, judicial or administrative rules or procedures.
Print copies of the report are available at our office.